I'm going to Mexico from El Paso. But I don't know how to get to central caminoera. Please let me know if you have information.
where can I get a list of the stores that are located in a courtyard like setup in Tarpon Springs. There's a shop that sells all Jimmy Buffet shirts, a Life is Good shop, clothing boutiques etc. I can't think of the name of the shopping area (the entrance is across from the sponge docks . I have been mostly finding the single stores that are right on Dodocanese ... this sits back and you kind of go through and archway
We had previously a very bad experience at the Fort Collins Lakeside KOA campground. The owner has a violent temper, and he had been verbally abusive to my wife. Please recommend alternatives for family-friendly monthly RV sites.
New to the area and looking to celebrate my 27th birthday saturday night with some friends looking for a place thats not too upscale or fancy, good prices and dancing is a possibility. On a side note I work in Law enforcement and dont want to run into any past "customers". Best places to go for such a night in the Wilmington area of NCC?
Hello, good evening. I'm planning to travel to Tanzania next year (aroun March-April) for an anthropological research. My plan is to go to Mwanza and stay at least 4 weeks. But I have some concerns, especially when it comes to safety (I will be travelling by myself and I'm a 24 year-old woman) and accomodation (since I'll be staying for at least a month I can't afford to stay in a 5 star hotel)... Any tips, comments or suggestions? Thank you very much!
In regards of crime and traffic during the rush hours, mainly.
My Fiance and I are going to Breckenridge this Decemeber and we arent snow skiing but we are tubing, ziplinning and doing the rollercoaster and much more. What do you think would be the proper appereal to wear walking around or during our activites?
I'm looking for advice as to whether to stay near Kailua-Kona or if I want to go north a bit to Waikoloa instead of Kailua-Kona. Wiakoloa was only recommended Nov-Dec in the Lonely Planet guide and I have no idea why. It seems like Waikoloa has more white sand beach/resorts in that area, so it seemed nice.
I'm planning on going a week in either June, July, or August. And spending 4 days on NW side Kona area, and 4 days in SE Hilo area near Volcano or Pohoa near the shore. Last trip to Hawaii, my family went to Maui and we really liked the Kaanapali area. But we didn't like Kihei as it was hotter. My family members are unfortunately allergic to the sun (not kidding) and broke out in bad skin rashes in Kihei from the heat. So I'm trying to find a spot that is beautiful, hopefully ocean views, but where heat won't be a problem.
Any advice you can give is great. At least Volcano, HI should be cool because of the elevation!
The first thing I would like to say is Gob Bless New Orleans and its inhabitants.
You know when there was the Hurricane Katrina in 2005 , i was young, i was ten , and at that time from the French TV, I could only see , what French TV wanted us to know. Then as the years went by, I got more and more interested in that city. And what I can say today is that i've fallen in love with it . I'm 19 now, and i'm writting an essay on it . And believe me i love this amazing New Orleans, i feel like i need to go there , i must go there like something is calling me.
So can you advise me some places to visit ? I would like to go to Congo Square and join some Festivals.
What must I not miss ?
Im coming to Breckenridge over Christmas and New Years and wondering which Ski School to choose. I have the option of Beaver Run, Peak 8 or Village when booking online for beginners. Looking at the maps, they seem to be in similar areas? Any suggestions on which one would be best for 2 adult beginners and 2 kid beginners?!!
Im thinking of doing a private lesson for the 4 of us on our first day then putting the kids into a ski school on the 2nd/3rd day, then a group lesson for the adults. Does this sound ok? (1st time skiers)
Thanks heaps !
I belong to a small group of retired directors and executives of a national organization, who once a year have a reunion to meet with former associates to renew old friendships and maintain bonds of personal contact. We usually meet in early to mid May at various locations east of the Mississippi. In 2011 we have chosen Harrisburg PA as our location. I would expect 15 to 25 people to come to the reunion in 2011. I would like encourage them to come to Harrisburg by informing them of some of the "Must See" points of interest in the Harrisburg/Hershey area. Most of us will probably arrive on a Thursday afternoon, and leave the following Sunday or Monday, so time is short. Suggestions & pictures of points of interest as well as nice and/or unique restaurants are welcomed.
I've already posted this on chowhound, but thought I'd try the VT community as well. I'm looking for a restaurant in the Harrisburg/Hershey area for dinner Wednesday night, before a Hershey Bears game!
The place should be inexpensive (mains in the10-15 & under range), casual, and have enough options to accomodate a quasi-vegetarian who eats fish. And, given that it's the day before Thanksgiving, the menu should have lighter fare options!
So, given these parameters, any recs at all out there?
Can anyone recommend a nice place to have dinner in Harrisburg or Hershey after my graduation ceremony? I am looking for a restaurant that is not too expensive or fancy, but something special with really good food.
Thanks for any suggestions!
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